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Netsuite localizes services in Asian markets

The globe close up, Asia past

Netsuite has continued efforts to localize services worldwide, announcing a number of new partnerships at CXO Summit in Singapore, as well as new product launches.

Thames Tideway Tunnel taps Accenture in NetSuite deal

Accenture claims this is the first implementation of a multi-tenant cloud-based ERP system at a regulated utility in the UK

Thames Tideway Tunnel, the project company set up to manage London’s “super-sewer” overflow reduction project, has deployed NetSuite’s cloud-based ERP platform in a bid to reduce costs and drive flexibility in its financial and project planning operations.

Dominos taps Capgemini, cloud to streamline ordering system

Dominos has worked with Capgemini on a number of IT-related initiatives

Dominos Pizza has enlisted outsourcing incumbent Capgemini to help implement a cloud-based equipment and supply ordering system in a move the compan said would make its online and phone ordering processes more efficient.

NetSuite ditches AWS in Microsoft partnership

NetSuite and Microsoft are linking their cloud services, and NetSuite is moving its services onto Azure

NetSuite has inked a deal with Microsoft in a move that will see the two companies link up the cloud-based financial and ERP platform with Microsoft Office, Windows and Azure.

NetSuite buys Bronto to bolster retail marketing capabilities

NetSuite is acquiring Bronto Software to blend its marketing automation capabilities with its ERP platform

Cloud ERP incumbent NetSuite has acquired Bronto Software, a provider of cloud-based marketing automation software for omnichannel commerce, in a deal worth about $200m.

Ultimate Software, NetSuite link HCM and ERP clouds

Ultimate Software and NetSuite are integrating their HCM and ERP services

Ultimate Software, a provider of cloud-based human capital management services has inked a deal with NetSuite, a vendor of ERP cloud services, which will see the two companies integrate their software.

Coupa, NetSuite partner on cloud-based ERP, expense management integration

Coupa and NetSuite are integrating their platforms and jointly marketing them to enterprises

The companies said the move will help consumerise financial applications within the enterprise without sacrificing the capabilities that help the firms compete with large incumbents (i.e. SAP and Ariba), and make it easier for users to purchase goods and services from suppliers.

Oracle 12c goes GA but is it enough to stem the rise of competitors?

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said the 12c will serve as the "foundation of a modern cloud" when it was announced last year.

Oracle’s first multitenant relational database, Oracle 12c (the ‘c’ is for cloud), was punted into general availability this week. But with the future of the company being bet on its ability to bring its core database solutions into the cloud and big data era, some are beginning to doubt whether Oracle can maintain its leadership in the segment.

NetSuite buys Venda to enhance ecommerce offerings

NetSuite has acquired e-commerce cloud vendor Venda for an undisclosed sum

Cloud-based ERP vendor NetSuite has announced it has acquired London-based Venda, a provider of e-commerce solutions, for an undisclosed amount. NetSuite said the move will bring more omnichannel capabilities to its SuiteCommerce platform.

Oracle touts 25% cloud revenue increases

Oracle announced cloud revenue growth of 25 per cent, which came at the cost of traditional software license revenues

Oracle boasted a 25 per cent increase in cloud revenue in its latest earnings report as it looks to continue its transformation to offering a predominately cloud-focused portfolio of services. But the company reported minimal revenue increases, 3 per cent, and missed analysts’ profits and sales estimates.

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